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Mé​tis Week provides a chance to ‘reclaim the pride’ – CBC

Week-long event is increasingly important time for Métis families and communities Nov 14, 2018 Mé​tis dancer Elizabeth Potskin dances a traditional jig in front of a crowd in Calgary to…

Sacred fire in St. Catharines honours Gord Downie’s indigenous work – Niagara News

Residents of Niagara gathered around a sacred fire in honour of Gord Downie on Oct. 18 to celebrate his work in raising awareness for the indigenous community. Fred Bowering kept…

Tailings Dam Spills at Mount Polley and Mariana – Socialist Project

November 13, 2018 On August 4, 2014, the dam holding toxic waste from the Mount Polley copper and gold mine in the Cariboo region of British Columbia (BC) collapsed. More…

I feel accomplished’: Sheshatshiu wrestler brings home gold from England – CBC

Nov 14, 2018 The community of Sheshatshiu is celebrating a big win after 18-year-old wrestler Josh Dyke took gold at an international tournament in England last weekend. “I feel accomplished,”…

Council approves $2-million funding for wildfire recovery efforts – Fort McMurray Today

The funds match $2 million from the province and Canadian Red Cross, totalling $6 million. Council also approved Fort McKay’s pavilion project, and a request to examine a possible year-round…

NAN leaders call for jurisdiction over land and children (3 photos) – Tbnewswatch.com

The Nishnawbe Aski Nation Chiefs Fall Assembly opened in Thunder Bay and child welfare and education are the top priorities for NAN leaders and chiefs. THUNDER BAY – First Nation…

Meet 2018’s third batch of 10 Future 40 winners – CBC

CBC Saskatchewan is celebrating 40 amazing people, under age 40 Nov 14, 2018 CBC Saskatchewan is celebrating 40 Sask. people under age 40 who are working hard to make the…

Thunder Bay homelessness count findings, recommendations, released – CBC

Report finds majority of Thunder Bays homeless are Indigenous, and many were in the child welfare system Nov 14, 2018 A new report paints a clearer picture of who is…

B.C. says it moved to protect teens from disgraced social worker – APTN News

November 14, 2018 The British Columbia government says it fired a Kelowna social worker after learning he may be connected to financial irregularities. But they don’t say if they called…

Indigenous health agency to develop family centre – The London Free Press

November 13, 2018 City hall is handing over control for London’s newest family centre to an Indigenous health agency chosen to build and lead the facility. Close to $6 million…

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